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15 July 2017, 06:46 | Melissa Porter
Aamir Khan Upset Over Not Being Able To Watch Ranbir Kapoor's Jagga Jasoos
The movie did not do much at the box office. The film had missed many deadlines of release. However, despite the extensive promotions and publicity, the movie opened to a slow start and witnessed 25-30% occupancy in morning shows.
Other than this Anurag Basu also had a lot of issues during the shoot of Jagga Jasoos as both the actors would not speak on the set and this would often translate into the scenes. Notwithstanding, the film has collected positive input from all around the corner especially from kids. The film is said to be made on Rs.110 crore and according to trade expert it looks hard that it will recover the money easily.
The film has begun well in a large portion of the urban communities of India. The film also stares Saswata Chatterjee, Saurabh Shukla, Sayani Gupta, Kiran Srinivas, Adah Sharma and Denzil Smith.
Trade sources said that the opening day figures for the films come as a bit disappointing considering that the film has been made at a whopping cost of almost Rs 125 cr.
57 cr on its opening day, trade sources said today.
Meanwhile, the Anurag Basu directorial has made a collection of Rs 8.57 crore at the domestic box office on its first day. Ranbeer Kapoor and Katrina Kaif are collaborating for the third time after "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani" and "Raajneeti" films. Additionally, reveal to us what are your perspectives about Jagga Jasoos day 2 film box office collections 13-14 Crores.
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